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...I have found that combination to be extremely helpful with Aspergers students. They usually need help in English, and often math, but have a profound interest in science. So, I am able to connect with these students and keep them interested while tutoring the subject needed.

...So, I focus on making the concepts of Calculus clear to the student. I provide customized work sheets, test examples, Free Response Questions, Practice Tests, etc., for extra practice. I have 5 years of experience teaching Geometry to several students of various schools including Harker School, San Jose Mission Schools.

I am a patient and knowledgeable tutor in math and science with a PhD Degree in Physics from University of Rochester (NY) and a BS Degree from the top university in China. I used to work as a "Rocket Scientist" in a prominent National Laboratory in US, and also used to work as an Algorithm Engineer in leading edge tech companies. I have been a tutor/instructor in math and science since 2008.

...In my work with geometry students, I encourage them to look at diagrams, proofs, etc. in at least a couple of ways, finding alternative strategies whenever possible so that their "toolbox" will be more extensive for future problems. I am currently teaching middle school Prealgebra, and I'm havin...

...I usually work through such books with my SAT math students, giving them supplemental information in those areas where they need extra help. I have helped several people with the math section of the ASVAB test, but do not consider myself qualified to teach the rest of the test, certainly not the...

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